After several flights were canceled, Norwegian Air Shuttle will establish the new line between Gothenburg-Sarajevo route during the summer. The first flight is scheduled for June 21st and will operate only once a week, Klix.ba news portal reports.
Although they announced earlier that they would abolish the Oslo-Sarajevo line, that will not happen due to the appeal sent by the Embassy of BiH to Norway.
After the break, flights will be re-established on May 25th twice a week until the end of summer.
When it comes to new lines, the Norwegian Air Shuttle will fly to Stockholm – Pristina (April 2nd) and Helsinki – Tivat (from April 16th), also once a week during the summer.
On the other hand, flights between Stockholm and Zagreb are abolished and the number of flights from Copenhagen are reduced. Flights from Stavanger and Trondheim to Pula and Oslo – Rijeka are suspended.
Norwegian Air Shuttle has shifted the focus from expanding to profitability and announced it will cut costs and sell airplanes.